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    Forensic Astrology - HASANNI CAMPBELL

    Similar to Jada Justice and Tangena Hussain, we have caretakers asserting their child disappeared from a car.

    In this case the child Hassani, 5 years old, has cerebral palsy and wears leg braces. Are we to believe he left the car of his own free will and disappeared into nowhere? Witnesses told police Hassani was in Oakland with a his aunt's fiance, who was dropping off another child to Campbell's aunt. Hassini apparently lives with his aunt & her fiance.

    According to news reports, Hassini was allegedly left in the car, a newer model BMW, while the fiance took Hassini's sister into the aunt's home. The boy was gone when the fiance returned, witnesses said. The caretaker's fiance asserts he last saw the child at 4:15 pm on 8/10/09 and the police were called three minutes later.

    A suspicious story at best...









    PLUTO rises, always ominous in a Missing Child case. Moreover, Event PLUTO is close square Hassini's natal SUN posited at 01 Libra. PLUTO, symbolizing death, destruction, complications, and murder attacks Hassini's natal SUN.

    In the Event Chart, the SUN, which always describes the Event, is intercepted (hidden) in the 8th House of Death conjunct the Part of MISfortune. This clearly shows the cover-up (interception = hidden). Event SUN at 18 Leo is in a degree of evil. MISfortune is partile opposed BLACK MOON LILITH, another marker of evil. The malefic SOUTH NODE, still another marker of evil, is posited at 29 Cancer and also in the 8th House of Death partile conjunct the 7/21/09 Solar Eclipse degree, while BLACK MOON LILITH is partile conjunct the 8/5/09 Lunar Eclipse degree. These are extremely strong death testimonies.

    Event MOON, describing the action, at 14 Aries is posited in the 4th House of Endings / the Grave trine the death SUN, Lord intercepted 8th. The 4th House Endings/ Grave cusp 06 Aries is partile square Hassini's secondary progressed SUN at 06 Libra. ORPHEUS, a death asteroid, is also posited in the 4th House of Endings/ the Grave at 21 Aries, partile quindecile (165 degrees) Event MIDHEAVEN. With a separation of 4 minutes of Arc, this suggests he was already dead when the alleged Last Seen took place.





    Event VENUS the 5th House Child at 11 Cancer is partile conjunct the Part of PERIL and partile square Hassini's natal VENUS 11 Libra. As a Libra child, VENUS is an important planet.

    Event SUN 18 Leo in a degree of evil is just past trine to Hassini's natal PLUTO (17 Sagittarius) which itself is conjunct the Event ASCENDANT.

    Event ALGOL, the most malefic Fixed Star in the Heavens, at 26 Taurus is partile semisquare Event VENUS the 5th House Child Hassini.

    There is more, but even this much shows the death testimonies are overwhelming.


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    FBI search home of Hassani Campbell
    August 12, 5:16 PM
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    Hassani was last seen with his aunt, Jennifer Campbell’s fiancé, Louis Ross, 38, who is the boy's caretaker. Ross said he left Hassani sitting in his unlocked BMW, parked outside a shoe store, Shuz of Rockridge, where the boy’s aunt works. The couple aslo care for Hassani’s 1-year-old sister.

    On Wednesday, police, the FBI and search and rescue dogs searched the Oakland shoe store and Hassani’s Roxie Terrace home in Fremont, Calif., where they collected bags of evidence.

    The boy’s godmother told the media she knew of no problems in the family and does not believe Hassani’s foster parents—his aunt and her fiancé—had anything to do with his disappearance.

    Hassani’s sister has been taken into the custody of Child Protective Services while the investigation is underway.

    Hassani suffers from cerebral palsy and wears braces; therefore, authorities believe he could not have walked away from the vehicle on his own.

    Hassani is African American with brown hair and brown eyes and was wearing a gray sweatshirt and gray pants when he was last seen. His leg braces are decorated with a Spiderman design.


    Hassani Campbell, 5, has been missing since Monday afternoon when he was last seen in his foster father's car outside. Campbell has cerebral palsy and wears braces on his legs to help him move.


    Article:
    http://www.examiner.com/x-1168-Crime...ssani-Campbell
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    Foster Father Of Missing 5-Year-Old Submits To Polygraph Test
    Posted: 10:44 pm PDT August 10, 2009
    Updated: 7:08 pm PDT August 12, 2009
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    Both foster parents were requested to take a polygraph test regarding their version of the events leading up to the disappearance of Hassani Campbell, but only his foster father Louis Ross consented to undergo the test the day after the couple Fremont home was extensively searched for evidence.

    Hassani’s foster mother Jennifer Campbell is six months pregnant and reportedly declined the test out of concerns for her unborn child.

    More than 48 hours have passed since the little boy disappeared. Ross reportedly left him standing beside his car in a driveway behind the College Avenue shoe store that Hassani’s foster mother Jennifer Campbell managed

    Ross said he took the boy's 18-month-old sister with him as he went inside the store to drop her off. When he returned to the car just minutes later to get the boy, he was gone.

    Store owner John Riker said he was surprised to learn that Campbell ever had her foster children with her at work.

    "Jen's six months pregnant, She has an 18-month-old and a handicapped son," said Riker. "This is not a day care center; it's a shoe store."

    However, Riker said he didn’t have a problem with Campbell having the children at the store on rare occasions and described her as “a good mom.”

    "I can't imagine any foul play from her end," said Riker.

    Police told KTVU that -- despite combing the Rockridge area for witnesses two nights running -- they still have not found anyone who saw Ross with the little boy before he disappeared.

    On Wednesday, the foster parents did not open the door of their home in Fremont that police searched the previous night, nor did they return phone calls.

    Fremont police spent Wednesday morning searching with dogs within a mile of the house for any sign of Hasani Campbell. They looked in parks, drainage ditches, abandoned houses and dumpsters.

    One officer told KTVU police have alerted landfills in Alameda County to be alert for a body. Hasani Campbell is just three feet tall and weighs only 30 pounds.

    "These things can go in a variety of directions," said Oakland police Sgt. Ray Backman. "We're hoping and praying it doesn't go off into the direction we're no longer trying to find a missing child but to recover a body. That is our worst nightmare."


    VIDEO REPORT~ OAKLAND: Missing Five-Year-Old's Foster Parents To Take Lie-Detector Tests
    http://www.ktvu.com/video/20377981/index.html

    Article:
    http://www.ktvu.com/news/20353090/detail.html
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    Missing boy's foster dad pleads for his return
    Wednesday, August 12, 2009
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    (08-12) 20:03 PDT FREMONT -- The foster father of a missing 5-year-old boy with cerebral palsy pleaded for the child's safe return Wednesday, saying the family is going through a "nightmare beyond belief" that includes scrutiny from police and the FBI.

    Louis Welton Ross of Fremont said he and his fiancée, the boy's aunt, have cooperated "100 percent" with authorities who are trying to find Hasanni Campbell.

    An attorney consulting with the couple said Ross took a polygraph test Wednesday, one day after police and FBI investigators with search dogs went through the family's home for several hours.

    "We were not involved in my son's disappearance in any way," Ross said. "We are cooperating with the police and with the FBI 100 percent."

    Campbell, 33, who is six months pregnant, remained upstairs in their home during the interview. Relatives said she gained custody of Hasanni after her sister, the boy's mother, was unable to care for him.


    Polygraph test
    Ross said he would not talk about the details of the investigation, saying he wanted to make sure he did nothing to jeopardize it. He would not comment on the account by attorney John Burris of Oakland that he had taken a polygraph test Wednesday after initially refusing.

    Burris said he was consulting with the couple and had urged them to cooperate with authorities.

    "I suggested to them, they need to be candid and truthful with the police," Burris said. "The police should look at them - they need to rule him and her out."


    No sightings
    After he reported Hasanni missing, Ross said, police seemed to blame the family first. Authorities removed Hasanni's 1-year-old sister and put her in another foster home, he said.

    "We were very upset," he said. "We were dealing with a loss of a child, and the other child was taken from us.

    "All of a sudden it was like we were thrown against the wall," Ross said. "We had to prove we were not responsible - but our son is out there missing. We cannot be part of the search."

    He said family members have distributed flyers in the Rockridge area with Hasanni's photo and other information. The family did not go to the media immediately because "our first and primary concern is the return of our son," Ross said.


    Grandmother's account
    Campbell's mother, Pamela Clark, 62, of San Francisco, said she doubted Ross or Campbell were responsible for Hasanni's disappearance. Ross, she said, is "a very professional man. He has a good job, he is very hard-working, a good provider."

    Clark added, "I don't think the family's involved at all."

    Campbell became Hasanni's legal guardian after her sister, 25-year-old Shemika Campbell of San Francisco, could not take care of him, relatives said.

    Clark said Shemika Campbell is "just devastated" by the boy's disappearance.

    Court records show that San Francisco officials sued Shemika Campbell and Hasanni's father, Ronald Hughes, starting in 2005, claiming they were unable to support Hasanni.

    The actions, one against Hughes and the other against Campbell, were apparently resolved last year with a default judgment entered on behalf of the city. They could not be reached for comment.


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    RAW VIDEO: PD Oakland County Police Briefing On Missing Boy 08/11/09 5:08PM
    Oakland Police held a briefing Tuesday afternoon about the search for 5-year-old Hasanni Campbell, a boy who went missing after being left in a car in the city's Rockridge neighborhood.
    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/object...197IUU.DTL&o=1

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    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/articl...#ixzz0O2KHUf9z

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    Missing E. Bay Boy's Foster Dad Speaks Out
    Aug 12, 2009 7:21 pm US/Pacific
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    The foster father of a a missing 5-year-old boy with cerebral palsy made an emotional plea Wednesday evening for the boy's return and denied any involvement in his disappearance.

    "We love him and we miss him and we won't stop looking for him," Louis Ross, foster father of missing Hasanni Campbell, told CBS 5 in an interview from his Fremont home.

    Ross' comments came as the Federal Bureau of Investigation and local police conducted searches in the Oakland Hills on Wednesday related to the boy's disappearance. On Tuesday, police and the FBI had searched Ross' home.

    Authorities declined to comment on the searches and Ross denied a report that investigators had seized a computer from his home.

    Earlier Wednesday, prominent Bay Area civil rights attorney John Burris said Ross had agreed to take a polygraph test as requested by police.

    Ross later told CBS 5 that while he consulted with Burris, he had not hired the lawyer to represent him. Ross also maintained that he was "cooperating 100 percent" with police and the FBI.

    The foster father was the last person to see Hasanni, who has been missing since Monday afternoon.


    RAW VIDEO: Foster Dad Speaks Of Missing Boy 08/12/09@7:07PM~17:09
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    VIDEO: Search For Missing Boy Expands 08/12/09 6:05PM
    http://cbs5.com/video/?id=53995@kpix.dayport.com

    VIDEO: Biological Mom Of Missing Oakland Boy Talks 08/11/09@11:46PM~2:45
    http://cbs5.com/video/?id=53961@kpix.dayport.com

    VIDEO: Feds Join Search In Missing Oakland Boy 08/11/09@7:24PM~3:14
    http://cbs5.com/video/?id=53955@kpix.dayport.com

    RAW VIDEO: Oakland PD Briefing On Missing Boy 08/11/09@5:08PM~5:51
    http://cbs5.com/video/?id=53945@kpix.dayport.com

    VIDEO: FBI Joins In Search For Disabled Oakland Boy 08/11/09@12:50PM~2:44
    http://cbs5.com/video/?id=53930@kpix.dayport.com

    VIDEO: 5-Year-Old With Cerebral Palsy Missing From Oakland 08/11/09@7:39AM~1:47
    http://cbs5.com/video/?id=53921@kpix.dayport.com

    Article:
    http://cbs5.com/local/oakland.missin...2.1126255.html
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    Exclusive: Guardians of Missing Oakland Boy Plea for Public's Help
    8/11/2009 3:11:00 PM
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    The guardians of a five year old boy still missing from Oakland's Rockridge neighborhood are pleading for the public's help in finding Hassani Campbell.

    In an exclusive interview with KRON 4's Terisa Estacio, Louis Ross and Jennifer Campbell provided new details about the moments leading up to the child's disappearance from behind a shoe store on College Avenue Monday afternoon.

    Ross and Campbell are the child's legal guardians. Campbell's sister is Hassani's biological mother.

    Ross says Hassani was standing in the alley at the back of the store when he went inside to get Campbell who is his fiancée. Campbell was due to care for Hassani while Ross attended night school classes. The little boy has braces on his legs to help with his cerebral palsy.

    Ross and Campbell say they did not leave Hassani in the car. When they returned to the alley, the child was missing.


    VIDEO: Guardians of Missing Oakland Boy Plea for Public's Help
    http://serve.castfire.com/video/1389...-11-202824.mp4

    Article:
    http://www.kron4.com/News/ArticleVie...6/Default.aspx

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    Foster father: Hasanni has no leg braces
    Tuesday, August 11, 2009
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    The search for Hasanni was underway in the Rockridge area for the second day in a row. Wednesday evening, detectives were handing flyers out to people in the neighborhood hoping to find someone who saw something. So far, the last person to see Hasanni was his foster father.

    Louis Ross, the foster father of the missing 5-year-old boy, spoke to ABC7 Wednesday night and said a critical description of his son is wrong. He says Hasanni does not wear metal leg braces.

    "So that story being put out there& think about the time that was lost. People could be looking at our son and not realizing it was him because the key discriminator was metal leg braces," said Ross.

    Both Hasanni's aunt and Ross are frustrated about not having any time to organize a search for Hasanni. They say they are too busy cooperating with police -- talking to them for 12 hours the first night, and 17 hours the next.

    48 hours after Hasanni went missing the search for him continues. Search teams canvassed the Fremont neighborhood where Hasanni lives with his aunt Jennifer Campbell and her fiancé. Dogs searched a park near their house for the little boy's scent but investigators called off the search when they came up empty handed.

    Oakland Police Sgt. Ray Blackman told ABC7 Wednesday that they did not have any solid leads or suspects.

    Authorities towed the car. Police and FBI agents have searched the couple's Fremont home and the neighborhood surrounding the shoe store but some family members question the Ross's story.

    "It appears somewhat strange and I don't know. So, I don't really want to speculate," said Hassani's godmother Regina Douglas.


    VIDEO: FBI Search Freemont Home
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/video?id=6960645

    VIDEO: FBI Searches Missing Boy's Home
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/video?id=6960432

    VIDEO: Police Search Park, Home For Disabled Boy
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/video?id=6962291

    VIDEO: FBI Joins Seach For Missing Boy
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/video?id=6960173

    Article:
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?sec...bay&id=6961528
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    Boy with cerebral palsy is missing
    Monday, August 10, 2009
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    On College Avenue, near Claremont in the Rockridge neighborhood of Oakland, police focused on the Shuz of Rockridge shoe store where it all began.

    Police say the missing boy's father told them he pulled up to behind the building to let his son in the back door because the boy has cerebral palsy and can't walk well. The father reportedly walked around to the front of the store, went through it and when he opened the back door, the boy was missing from his car seat. Police say the boy's father called 911 around 4 p.m. and a search started immediately for Hasanni.

    "There was a lot of foot traffic here and there was a lot of vehicle traffic. There's a business right here that had a lot of people outside and it's one of the first places I went and asked people if they saw him and they said, no they didn't see him. It's kind of notable to see a young man walking around with braces on his legs and nobody saw him," says Oakland Police Sgt. Richard Vierra.

    Hasanni's father's car is being processed as part of the crime scene because police believe they could be dealing with an abduction. The initial search went on for over a solid seven hours on Monday night and the investigation continues.

    VIDEO: Boy with cerebral palsy is missing
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/video?id=6958670

    Article:
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?sec...bay&id=6958562

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    FBI, police search Fremont home of 5-year-old who went missing in Oakland
    Posted: 08/11/2009 07:54:44 AM PDT
    Updated: 08/11/2009 11:04:23 PM PDT
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    The FBI and police on Tuesday searched the Fremont home of a 5-year-old disabled boy who vanished from behind a Rockridge district shoe store Monday afternoon, and authorities took the boy's younger sister into protective custody Tuesday.

    Louis Ross, the child's foster father, said he left the boy, Hassani Campbell, outside his newer-model BMW in the back parking lot of Shuz, a shoe store in the 6000 block of College Avenue, about 4:15 p.m. He was there to drop the boy's 1-year-old sister off with his fiance, Jennifer Campbell, the boy's aunt and foster mother, police said. Campbell manages the store.

    Some Rockridge residents and store employees said they have doubts about Ross' story.

    "There are just too many questions," said Paullet Barnes, who works at a Rockridge art gallery. Barnes said the parking lot is too out of the way for a random kidnapper looking to snatch a child.

    The boy has lived with Ross, 38, and Campbell, 30, in Fremont since December because his 25-year-old biological mother, who lives in San Francisco, has drug and health problems, authorities said. Police have not spoken to the boy's father, who also lives in San Francisco.

    FBI agents searched the couple's home in the 5900 block of Roxie Terrace and shooed away a reporter who knocked at the door. "We are working something (here)," an agent said.

    Authorities said the couple, who reportedly are taking legal steps to adopt the boy, hired a lawyer Tuesday. The boy's 1-year-old sister was taken into protective custody Tuesday, authorities said.

    Sean Fahey, who lives in an apartment in the same building as the Shuz store, said he saw Campbell sobbing after the boy went missing. "She was really scared," he said.


    VIDEO: ABC7 newscast about missing boy
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/video?id=6958670

    MAP: A= Hassani Campbell was last seen in a car parked near the Shuz of Rockridge.
    http://maps.google.com/maps?daddr=En...%2C-122.252126

    MAP: 1=Report: FBI agents searching Nordvik Park (08/12/09 9:00 A.M.)
    http://maps.google.com/maps?daddr=En...%2C-122.252126

    Article:
    http://www.insidebayarea.com/oakland...ws/ci_13036933
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    VIDEO: Calif Police: Searching for Missing Disabled Boy August 12, 2009
    Police in Oakland, Calif. are looking for a 5-year-old boy with cerebral palsy who went missing in the city's Rockridge district. Hassani Campbell was last seen Monday afternoon sitting in a car parked outside a shoe store.
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jcQnunrX50"]YouTube - Calif Police: Searching for Missing Disabled Boy[/ame]
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    Hassani's Grandmother Says Child is Sweet, Smart, & Loves Sponge Bob
    8/12/2009 7:52:00 PM
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    Hassani Campbell's grandmother describes the missing child as an intelligent, impressionable child who loves the cartoon character Sponge Bob.

    Pamela Clark is urging whoever may have the child to let Hassani go free.

    "Please let him come home," Clark told reporters. "Please let him go."

    "He's a very sweet, affectionate boy," Clark said. "He's very intelligent, very smart, he loves Sponge Bob, he's just an impressionable child."

    Clark says Hassani can speak with a slight lisp. She says it's possible he wandered away since he can walk even without his leg braces but not very quickly.


    VIDEO: Search For Hassani 5:38
    http://serve.castfire.com/video/1395...-12-231020.mp4

    Article:
    http://www.kron4.com/News/ArticleVie...b/Default.aspx

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    Police Say It's Not Unusual No One Saw Hassani Campbell's Disappearance
    8/12/2009 6:45:00 PM
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    Oakland police say there's no evidence five-year old Hassani Campbell's disappearance is the result of any kind of domestic dispute.

    KRON 4's Mark Jones talked with a neighbor who says he was home at the time the child vanished from behind the "Shuz of Rockridge" shoe store on College Avenue. The neighbor says he didn't see or hear anything.

    Police say it's not that unusual to have no witnesses to this kind of incident.

    "We have had cases before in the past, not just in Oakland but in other jurisdictions, where abductions have occurred and no one saw it even in very populated areas," Oakland Police Sgt. Raymond Backman told KRON 4's Mark Jones.

    "Have you talked to the biological mother?" Mark asked.

    "We've identified the biological parents and I believe we have spoken to all of them," Sgt. Backman said.


    The Shuz of Rockridge store sits on College Avenue in Oakland


    VIDEO REPORT: Police Say It's Not Unusual No One Saw Hassani Campbell's Disappearance
    http://serve.castfire.com/video/1394...-12-215327.mp4

    VIDEO: FBI & Oakland Police Continue To Search For Missing 5-Year-Old Boy
    http://serve.castfire.com/video/1395...-12-231051.mp4

    VIDEO: Missing 5-Year-Old's Grandmother Makes A Plea For His Safe Return
    http://serve.castfire.com/video/1395...-12-231020.mp4

    VIDEO: FBI Searches Park Near The House Of Missing 5-Year-Old Boy
    http://serve.castfire.com/video/1395...-12-234120.mp4

    VIDEO: Missing 5-Year-Old Boy's Sister Taken Away From Guardians
    http://serve.castfire.com/video/1395...-12-234209.mp4

    VIDEO: FBI & Oakland Police Search For Missing 5-Year-Old Boy
    http://serve.castfire.com/video/1392...-12-135305.mp4

    VIDEO: Missing Boy's Family Talks With Krons4
    http://serve.castfire.com/video/1390...-11-234805.mp4

    VIDEO: Investigators Searching Car Hassani Was Taken To Store With
    http://serve.castfire.com/video/1390...-11-234829.mp4

    VIDEO: Missing Campbell Boy Last Seen In Oakland County
    http://serve.castfire.com/video/1390...-11-234843.mp4

    VIDEO: Search Continues For Missing 5-Year Old From Freemont
    http://serve.castfire.com/video/1390...-11-234858.mp4

    Article:
    http://www.kron.com/News/ArticleView...2FNo+Container
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    Nancy 8/11/09 Hassani Campbell Part 1
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjzYVTyqYSo"]YouTube - Nancy 8/11/09 Hassani Campbell Part 1[/ame]
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    Police Search Park Near Missing Child’s Home in Fremont
    August 12, 2009 – 2:03 pm
    updated 4:50 p.m., Aug. 12
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    Fremont police searched a park in North Fremont this morning near the home of missing five-year-old Hassani Campbell, but there have been no new developments in the case, said Sgt. Chris Mazzone, a spokesperson with the Fremont Police dept.

    Karl Nordvik Park is located a few blocks away from Hassani’s home in the 5900 block of Roxie Terrace, Fremont.

    The missing boy, who has cerebral palsy, disappeared from a parked car near the 6000 block of College Ave around 4:15 p.m Monday, according to his foster father, Louis Ross, who contacted the police.

    So far, the police said, the investigation is only based on information provided by Ross, who was responsible for the child when he disappeared.

    Ross told police he parked his car near Shuz of Rockridge (6012 College Ave), where his fiancé, Jennifer Campbell, Hassani’s aunt and foster mother, works. Police said Ross told them he went into the store to open a back door so his disabled son could enter more easily, but when he returned to the car, the boy was gone.


    5997 Roxie Terrace, Hassani Campbell's home


    The driveway where Hassani allegedly disappeared. According to a local shop keeper, the black door on the left is the back entrance to the store.


    Article:
    http://oaklandnorth.net/2009/08/12/p...me-in-fremont/

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    Homicide Detectives Working On Missing 5-Year-Old Case
    Posted: 10:44 pm PDT August 10, 2009
    Updated: 10:29 pm PDT August 12, 2009
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    A source told KTVU Wednesday night that homicide detectives have been brought into the investigation of five-year-old Hassani Campbell’s disappearance Monday afternoon.

    Burris described the couple as being surprised by the focus of the investigation as law enforcement conducted an extensive search of their Fremont home Tuesday.

    Burris said Ross agreed to take a polygraph test scheduled for sometime Wednesday, while Campbell would not take the take one because of concerns that the test could affect her pregnancy.

    "He was more than willing to take a polygraph, but I did advise him that taking the polygraph is not necessarily foolproof," said Burris. "It is not uncommon to have a false negative."

    Police told KTVU that -- despite combing the Rockridge area for witnesses two nights running -- they still have not found anyone who saw Ross with the little boy before he disappeared.

    On Wednesday, the foster parents did not open the door of their home in Fremont that police searched the previous night, nor did they return phone calls.

    Fremont police spent Wednesday morning searching with dogs within a mile of the house for any sign of Hasani Campbell. They looked in parks, drainage ditches, abandoned houses and dumpsters.

    One officer told KTVU police have alerted landfills in Alameda County to be alert for a body. Hasani Campbell is just three feet tall and weighs only 30 pounds.


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    CA Endangered Missing Child: Hassani Campbell
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    Hassani Campbell | Help Find My Child
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    Child Protective Services in California
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    Missing Children - Keep your child safe from abduction
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    When Your Child Is Missing: A Family Survival Guide
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulscape View Post
    Similar to Jada Justice and Tangena Hussain, we have caretakers asserting their child disappeared from a car.

    In this case the child Hassani, 5 years old, has cerebral palsy and wears leg braces. Are we to believe he left the car of his own free will and disappeared into nowhere? Witnesses told police Hassani was in Oakland with a his aunt's fiance, who was dropping off another child to Campbell's aunt. Hassini apparently lives with his aunt & her fiance.

    According to news reports, Hassini was allegedly left in the car, a newer model BMW, while the fiance took Hassini's sister into the aunt's home. The boy was gone when the fiance returned, witnesses said. The caretaker's fiance asserts he last saw the child at 4:15 pm on 8/10/09 and the police were called three minutes later.

    A suspicious story at best...

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    These poor little children. Not given the opportunity to grow-up and enjoy all life has to offer. This is becoming an every day occurance anymore. I really hope they find the responsible parties and prosecute them to the fullest extent the law allows.

    Thank you Soulscape for always providing so much detail with your charts. And thanks to all of the other super astros who contribute so much to these little children.

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    Angel, thank you for supplying the 'facts' so succinctly, one below the other. Very helpful.

    Regarding Hassini, the charts strongly suggest homicide/murder. The child was not kidnapped.

    The caretakers are involved because the 5th House of the Child and the 6th House of Caretakers share the same cuspal sign (Taurus).

    If Hassini is the 5th House Child, the 5th House would be his turned 1st and his 'parents/caregivers' would be assigned to his own 10/4 axis. See chart in post #1. The turned parental 4th is radix House 8 and the turned parental 10 is radix House 2. Notice the intercepted signs across this axis as well as the dire testimonies described in my post #1 of this thread. Moreover, 22 degrees --- a degree of death by murder --- is on the parental cusps of the turned chart (2/8 radix, 4/10 turned).

    Death is a homicide. Parental involvement. Lies/ cover-ups.

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    Missing Fremont boy's caretaker talks to media; homicide investigator assigned to case
    Posted: 08/13/2009 08:39:07 AM PDT
    Updated: 08/13/2009 08:58:17 AM PDT
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    Hassani's foster father, in interviews at his home Wednesday in Fremont, asked for the public's help in finding the boy and clarified earlier media reports that Hassani, who has cerebral palsy, wears leg braces.

    He said he wears orthopedic ankle braces to help shape his feet and can walk without them.

    When asked if he believed that someone he knew might be behind the disappearance, Ross told reporters from the community web site OaklandNorth.net, "As a father, those are thoughts you don't entertain. This has been a nightmare."

    An Oakland homicide investigator has been assigned to the case full-time, according to Oakland Police Sgt. Ray Backman.

    "It's not unusual in such cases," Backman said. "We're not discounting any possibilities."

    "It might appear to be rough, but at the end of the day, the police are trying to find the kid. Until they rule the family out, they're going to be subjects of investigation, because they have to be," he said.

    Oakland police on Wednesday also continued their search, and were aided by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The center has experience dealing with thousands of missing child cases.

    "They're here to advise us, make sure we're covering all the bases and not missing anything," Oakland police Lt. Sharon Williams said.

    There haven't been any independent witnesses who saw the boy in Oakland on Monday, police said.

    Some in the Rockridge area said they haven't seen the boy since last week.

    Three men living in different homes on Roxie Terrace in Fremont — the same street where Ross and Campbell live — said they don't recall ever seeing the boy.

    "I've never seen him," said Pavan Muppidi, a father of young children who has lived on the street for seven years.


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    Homicide cops join missing-boy investigation
    Thursday, August 13, 2009
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    (08-13) 09:01 PDT OAKLAND---Six investigators joined officers from the Oakland police missing-persons unit in canvassing the area Wednesday outside the shoe store where Hasanni Campbell was reportedly last seen. Police passed out flyers along the 6000 block of College Avenue in the city's Rockridge district, urging anyone with information to contact them.

    Oakland homicide Sgt. Mike Gantt, who was among those who visited the scene, said today that police wanted some of their more seasoned investigators to work the case and that no assumptions should be made because they had been brought in.

    "It's still a missing-persons case," Gantt said.

    The homicide squad's visit came as Hasanni's foster father, Louis Welton Ross, 38, of Fremont urged anyone with information about the boy's whereabouts to contact police.

    Ross said he would not talk about the details of the investigation, saying he wanted to make sure that he did nothing to jeopardize it. He would not comment on the account by attorney John Burris of Oakland that he had taken a polygraph test Wednesday after initially refusing.

    Burris said he was consulting with the couple and had urged them to cooperate with authorities.

    "I suggested to them, they need to be candid and truthful with the police," Burris said. "The police should look at them; they need to rule him and her out."

    He added, "I don't see anything that suggests anything negative about these individuals."

    He said the boy wears arch-support braces because of his cerebral palsy, not full leg braces, and that the public may have the idea that he needed the braces to get around. "They are to reshape his foot, give him an arch," Ross said. "He doesn't need them to walk."

    After he reported Hasanni missing, Ross said, police seemed to blame the family first. Authorities removed Hasanni's 1-year-old sister and put her in another foster home, he said.

    "We were very upset," he said. "We were dealing with a loss of a child, and the other child was taken from us.

    "All of a sudden, it was like we were thrown against the wall," Ross said. "We had to prove we were not responsible, but our son is out there missing."


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    Missing Boy's Foster Parents Cooperating With Cops
    Prominent attorney's advice: Do what they ask
    Updated 11:18 AM PDT, Thu, Aug 13, 2009
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    Ross told NBC Bay Area by phone that he had nothing to do with Hasanni's disappearance and that he and the boy's foster mother have agreed to take lie detector tests.

    Ross took the polygraph test Wednesday night but the foster mother, Jennifer Campbell, is pregnant and didn't want to take the test for fear it would harm her unborn child, the Chronicle reported.

    Police are not commenting about the polygraph test.

    Oakland police searched Joaquin Miller Park but have not said yet if they were looking for anything specific or how close they were to finding the boy.

    Hasanni has cerebral palsy and wears braces on his feet to help him walk. The prosthetics, adorned with Spiderman logos, would not be visible because they are fitted just for his feet. While he can walk, Hasani's disability prevents him from running or jumping.


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    Missing Boy Case Is Strange
    August 13, 2009
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    The case of the disabled Fremont boy who allegedly went missing in Oakland's tony Rockridge district has been strange from the start. And it appears authorities, including the FBI, have been justified in questioning the version of events put forth by the child's foster father, including searching the family home in Fremont, despite his claim that the kid went missing 30 miles away.

    First off, the chances that the 5-year-old wandered off on his own are remote. He has cerebral palsy and has trouble walking. Plus, it seems unlikely that he would be kidnapped by a stranger in broad daylight in an upscale shopping district like Rockridge that experiences very little crime and where stranger abductions are unheard of.


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    Missing boy's foster father talks to ABC7
    Thursday, August 13, 2009 | 12:57 PM
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    Family members of a missing disabled Fremont boy are hoping someone can help find him. Police say 5-year-old Hasanni Campbell was last seen in Oakland two days ago. He has cerebral palsy, but family members say he doesn't have leg braces on the outside of his pants.

    Louis Ross took a polygraph test on Wednesday, but the child's foster mother is refusing. He refuses to discuss the outcome, citing the police investigation.
    Jennifer Campbell is pregnant and declined a polygraph test, fearing the stress could hurt her unborn baby.
    Louis Ross spoke to ABC7 Wednesday night and said a critical description of his son is wrong. He says Hasanni does not wear metal leg braces on the outside of his pants.

    "So that story being put out there... think about the time that was lost. People could be looking at our son and not realizing it was him because the key discriminator was metal leg braces," said Ross.

    Oakland Police Sgt. Ray Blackman told ABC7 Wednesday that they did not have any solid leads or suspects.

    Police say the couple is cooperating with the investigation but they will not say whether they have taken a polygraph test. Investigators plan to search the Rockridge area for a second day in a row hoping for new leads.

    "Primarily, this is a missing person's case. But, we would be neglecting in our duties if we discounted that foul play may have occurred," said Ray.


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    VIDEO: Louis Ross Speaks To ABC7
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/video?id=6962712

    VIDEO: Police Search Park, Home For Disabled Boy
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/video?id=6962291

    VIDEO: FBI Search Freemont Home
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/video?id=6960645

    VIDEO: FBI Seaches Missing Boys Home
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/video?id=6960432

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    Missing Boy's Family Cooperates With Police as Search Continues
    8/13/2009 12:10:00 PM
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    Oakland attorney John Burris says he was contacted earlier this week by Louis Ross and Jennifer Campbell, the foster parents of Hassani Campbell, because they were concerned about being questioned by police about the boy's disappearance.

    Hassani was reported missing from the 6000 block of College Avenue at around 4:15 p.m. Monday, Oakland police said.

    The family "was surprised police tried to interrogate them, and I wanted to advise them that that is logical and they should not be dismayed by it," Burris said.

    "They're emotionally traumatized, then police start asking them questions that they thought were unduly aggressive, and I just wanted to make sure that they understood that and not be intimidated by it," he said.

    Burris said that Ross, the Hassani's foster father, was the last person to see the boy before he went missing. Burris has recommended that the parents "be cooperative so the police can rule them out and go about trying to find Hassani."


    Article:
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    Missing child's foster dad says boy was kidnapped
    Posted: 08/13/2009 01:19:22 PM PDT
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    The foster father of a missing San Francisco Bay area 5-year-old with cerebral palsy believes the boy was kidnapped.
    Louis Ross, the foster father of missing Hasanni Campbell, pleaded on Thursday for the boy's safe return. Ross was the last person to see Hasanni, who has been missing since Monday.

    Ross says he last saw Hasanni getting out of Ross' parked car behind an Oakland shoe store where Jennifer Campbell, Ross's fiancee and the boy's foster mother, works.

    Ross says he told the boy to stay by the store's back door as he went to the front to get Campbell to open the back. Ross says the boy was gone when he returned.

    Ross says he is cooperating with authorities and has taken a polygraph test, but declined to discuss the results.


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    Foster dad seeks return of missing boy
    Aug. 13, 2009 at 4:26 PM
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    "This has been a nightmare beyond belief," Ross said of the boy's disappearance on Monday.

    Ross insisted he and his fiancee, who is the boy's aunt, have cooperated fully with investigators even after being tabbed as potential suspects in the child's disappearance.

    "All of a sudden, it was like we were thrown against the wall," Ross said of investigators' initial suspicions in the missing person case. "We had to prove we were not responsible, but our son is out there missing."

    Ross, 38, told the Chronicle he fears the younger Campbell was kidnapped. Based on that suspicion, Ross offered a plea to the child's possible abductors.

    "If I could talk to anyone who may have taken him, I would say, 'Drop him off and go -- but don't hurt him. You have done enough,'" he said.


    Article:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulscape View Post
    Angel, thank you for supplying the 'facts' so succinctly, one below the other. Very helpful.

    Regarding Hassini, the charts strongly suggest homicide/murder. The child was not kidnapped.

    The caretakers are involved because the 5th House of the Child and the 6th House of Caretakers share the same cuspal sign (Taurus).

    If Hassini is the 5th House Child, the 5th House would be his turned 1st and his 'parents/caregivers' would be assigned to his own 10/4 axis. See chart in post #1. The turned parental 4th is radix House 8 and the turned parental 10 is radix House 2. Notice the intercepted signs across this axis as well as the dire testimonies described in my post #1 of this thread. Moreover, 22 degrees --- a degree of death by murder --- is on the parental cusps of the turned chart (2/8 radix, 4/10 turned).

    Death is a homicide. Parental involvement. Lies/ cover-ups.

    Thanks,
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    Soulscape,

    Do you think both the aunt and BF, or just the BF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulscape View Post
    Angel, thank you for supplying the 'facts' so succinctly, one below the other. Very helpful.

    Regarding Hassini, the charts strongly suggest homicide/murder. The child was not kidnapped.

    The caretakers are involved because the 5th House of the Child and the 6th House of Caretakers share the same cuspal sign (Taurus).

    If Hassini is the 5th House Child, the 5th House would be his turned 1st and his 'parents/caregivers' would be assigned to his own 10/4 axis. See chart in post #1. The turned parental 4th is radix House 8 and the turned parental 10 is radix House 2. Notice the intercepted signs across this axis as well as the dire testimonies described in my post #1 of this thread. Moreover, 22 degrees --- a degree of death by murder --- is on the parental cusps of the turned chart (2/8 radix, 4/10 turned).

    Death is a homicide. Parental involvement. Lies/ cover-ups.

    Thanks,
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    Thank you Soulscape. This is so upsetting because I have never seen an incorrect reading...ever...from our forensic astro's. God bless Hassani.
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    Search for missing 5-year-old boy intensifies
    Thursday, August 13, 2009 | 5:07 PM
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    The Oakland homicide division is now involved in the search for 5-year-old Hasanni Campbell who has been missing since Monday. Police say it is because they need the additional personnel, and not because they consider it a murder case. A wrecking yard was the latest focus of their investigation.

    The focus of the search returned to the Rockridge area Thursday afternoon. Police sent 30 officers back into the neighborhood to visit homes and businesses they may have missed in the past couple days.

    He has taken a polygraph but he didn't tell me what the results were, but he did tell me he spoke truthfully, answered all questions, but I haven't spoken to anyone about it," said attorney John Burris.

    Police will not confirm whether Ross took or passed the polygraph.

    ABC7 News has learned that detectives have visited an auto salvage yard in Hayward over the past two days. Employees there say Ross was there before the boy disappeared on Monday, and that the boy waited in the car while Ross searched the yard for car parts. Police confirm that they have been searching in that area as well as many others. They have also searched a levee behind the salvage yard.

    Police have clarified that the boy is disabled, but does not wear leg braces, but instead wears orthotics inside his shoes. He is able to walk, although with some difficulty.


    VIDEO: Search for missing 5-year-old boy intensifies
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/video?id=6964325

    Article:
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    Police Go Door-To-Door In Search For East Bay Boy
    Aug 13, 2009 5:14 pm US/Pacific
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    Oakland police officers will be going door-to-door in the city's Rockridge neighborhood until the sun goes down today to search for information on the disappearance of a 5-year-old boy with cerebral palsy, police Sgt. Ray Backman said.

    Backman said that there are about 300 homes and businesses in the area at which no one has been available to talk.

    "We're going to go back out there, and the goal is maybe some of those people that weren't there, we can get a hold of," he said. "We're really trying to make sure that we're doing a really thorough canvas of the area."

    Backman said a homicide detective has been assigned to the case along with eight special victims units.

    "We're going to explore any and all possible outcomes of the case," he said.
    Louis Ross and Jennifer Campbell, the foster parents of Hasanni, have been cooperating with the investigation, Backman said.

    The FBI has joined Oakland police in the search.

    "We're pretty much in our holding pattern right now," Backman said. "During daylight hours we're going to continue to canvas and search. We'll scale back the search at nighttime, and resume it again at daylight."


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    Oakland homicide detective joins search for missing Fremont boy
    Updated: 08/13/2009 05:05:54 PM PDT
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    An Oakland homicide detective has joined the search for Hassani Campbell, the 5-year-old disabled Fremont boy who was reported missing Monday afternoon, police said.

    The move comes the day after Louis Ross, the boy's foster father, took a polygraph test. Ross has declined to discuss the results.

    "All I know is he told me he answered all the questions truthfully," said Oakland civil rights attorney John Burris, who is advising Ross and the boy's foster mother, Jennifer Campbell. "I called him, and that's what he told me."

    Burris has not been formally retained by Ross.

    "I don't think (he) needs an attorney," Burris said today. Campbell has declined to take a polygraph test because she is six months pregnant and is worried the test could harm her unborn baby, Burris said. She has not hired an attorney either.

    Also today, Oakland police returned to Rockridge, trying to talk to people who have not been at home or at work on previous search attempts. A CHP helicopter in the air and police on the ground searched Coyote Hills Regional Park in Fremont, but what if anything was found is not known.

    Campbell did not talk to reporters Wednesday but did show a different photo of the boy after emerging from upstairs.

    No independent witnesses have come forward to report seeing the boy Monday in Oakland, police said. Some in the Rockridge area said they haven't seen the boy since last week. A few neighbors on Roxie Terrance in Fremont, where the family lives, said they have never seen the boy in the nine months he's lived there.

    Ross and Campbell have been caring for the boy because the boy's biological mother, who lives in San Francisco, has drug and health problems, authorities said. Police have spoken to both the mother, Shemika L. Campbell, and the biological father, Ronald Hughes, also of San Francisco, but have not released details about those talks.


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    FBI, police search Fremont home, park for boy
    Posted: 08/13/2009 02:26:02 PM PDT
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    The Federal Bureau of Investigation and local police agencies searched a Roxie Terrace home Tuesday for clues in the disappearance of a 5-year-old Fremont boy.

    Police also searched Karl Nordvik Park on Commerce Drive Wednesday morning, as well as nearby areas.

    Police said there was no information leading them to believe the missing boy, Hassani Campbell, is at the park or in the surrounding area. The search is being done as a precautionary measure since he lives nearby.

    The park is about a mile north from the two-story home where the missing boy lives with aunt Jennifer Campbell and her fiancŽ, Louis Ross, and two cousins.

    Police and police dogs canvassed the Rockridge area Monday night, and several dozen police in cars, on bicycles and on foot continued the search Tuesday. Investigators also interviewed registered sex offenders living in the area, a routine procedure when a child disappears.

    Authorities said Ross and Campbell have been cooperative but could be brought in for additional questioning.

    An Oakland homicide investigator has been assigned to the case full time, according to Oakland police Sgt. Raymond Buckman.


    Article:
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    Foster Dad Pleads for Safe Return of Missing Boy
    Published: August 13, 2009
    Filed at 5:29 p.m. ET
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    The tearful foster father of a missing 5-year-old boy with cerebral palsy said Thursday he believes the child was kidnapped and pleaded for his safe return.

    His foster father, Louis Ross, the last known person to see Hasanni, said the boy disappeared after he briefly left him outside his car in the rear parking lot of a shoe store where Ross' fiancee, Jennifer Campbell, works.

    Ross said he went to the store's front entrance to ask Campbell to open the back door, but when he returned to the parking lot, Hasanni was gone.

    ''It has been nonstop,'' Oakland police Sgt. Ray Backman said. ''Given that it's a 5-year-old boy, time is a critical factor for us.''

    The boy is still considered a missing person, not a kidnap victim, Backman said. Investigators were working with no significant clues and a limited amount of tips, he said.

    ''There's always that possibility he will be found,'' the sergeant said.

    Ross said his family was cooperating with authorities, although he felt police believed he and Campbell did something wrong.

    Ross has taken a polygraph test, but Campbell declined because she is six months pregnant and worried about any adverse effects.

    Ross declined to discuss the results of his test.

    The couple, who also have custody of Hasanni's year-old sister, were seeking advice from John Burris, a civil rights attorney.

    Burris said they were surprised about being the focus of the investigation. Their house was searched and Hasanni's sister was taken from them and placed in protective custody, he said.

    ''What I told them is their boy is missing and that you have to cooperate, assuming that you did nothing wrong,'' Burris said. ''I told them, you were the last ones who saw him, so they are going to come to you.''

    Backman said he understood the family was going through a trying time.

    ''A lot of the questions that we have to ask during the course of investigation are very intrusive because we want to explore all possibilities, however remote they might be,'' Backman said. ''We're trying to be as delicate as we can.''

    He disappeared after Ross pulled his BMW into a rear parking lot behind the shoe store with Hasanni and his infant sister onboard. Ross said he was heading for an orientation at Stanford University Medical Center in Palo Alto and then to his twice-weekly medical assistant class in Fremont.

    Dropping the kids with Campbell is a family routine, Ross said. When he opened the rear passenger door for Hasanni, he said, the boy was unbuckling his seat belt.

    ''I said, 'Hasanni, go wait by the back door,' and he had already taken a first step out of the car,'' Ross said.

    Ross said he grabbed Hasanni's sister and went to the front of the store and told Campbell to open the back door. He then went back to the parking lot.

    ''When I got to back there (Campbell) was already there. She says to me, 'Where's Hasanni?''' Ross said. ''I said, 'What do you mean?' I look to see if he's standing along by the car, but he's not.''


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    Police Investigation of Missing Fremont Boy Continues
    August 13, 2009 – 7:55 pm PT
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    The search for missing five-year-old Hasanni Campbell continued Thursday as Oakland homicide investigators joined the on-going investigation.

    Fremont Police Detective Bill Veteran said that kidnappings were “a rarity” in Fremont, where the boy is from. The most recent incident, he said, was a child abduction involving the child’s father, but that was several years ago. Abductions by strangers were especially rare, he said.

    Ross refused to discuss legalities of the case with reporters, but the Oakland Tribune reported that he took a polygraph test today, although police could not be reached for comment.

    Edward Wunsch, a Minnesota-based expert on child abduction cases, said that police perform polygraph tests to eliminate the possibility of parent’s involvement.

    Ross told police on Monday that he parked his car near Shuz of Rockridge at 6012 College Ave where his fiancé, Hasanni’s aunt and foster mother, works. Ross said he went into the store to open a back door so his disabled son could enter more easily, but when he returned to the car, the boy was gone.

    Police did not say whether any witnesses saw the five-year-old boy in the parked car.


    Article:
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    UPDATED: Oakland homicide detective joins search for missing Fremont boy
    Posted: 08/13/2009 09:20:56 PM PDT
    Updated: 08/13/2009 09:31:20 PM PDT
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    An Oakland homicide detective has been assigned to the case of Hassani Campbell, the 5-year-old disabled Fremont boy who was reported missing Monday afternoon, police said.

    Oakland police Sgt. Ray Backman, a department spokesman, said such a move is not unusual in missing-persons cases.

    The move came a day after Louis Ross, the boy's foster father, took a polygraph test. Ross has declined to discuss the results.

    "All I know is he told me he answered all the questions truthfully," said Oakland civil rights attorney John Burris, who is advising Ross and the boy's foster mother, Jennifer Campbell.

    Also Thursday, Oakland police returned to the city's Rockridge neighborhood, trying to talk to people who were not at home during previous search attempts. A CHP helicopter in the air and police on the ground searched Coyote Hills Regional Park in Fremont, but it was unknown whether anything significant was found.

    No independent witnesses have come forward to report seeing the boy Monday in Oakland, police said.

    Police have spoken to boy's biological parents, Shemika L. Campbell and Ronald Hughes, both of San Francisco, but have not released details about those talks. The boy's sister was taken into protective custody Monday.


    Article:
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    Quote Originally Posted by jnTexas View Post
    Soulscape,

    Do you think both the aunt and BF, or just the BF?
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    Thank you Soulscape. This is so upsetting because I have never seen an incorrect reading...ever...from our forensic astro's. God bless Hassani.
    JnTexas & Kat, the Last Seen Chart indicates parental involvement. It also indicates Louis Ross is lying.

    I need birth data on Louis Ross and Jennifer Campbell to go further with this.

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    5 year old abducted from car? 2:55
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    Found this on Jennifer Campbell & the year of graduation would match with it being 1998 for her age of 30! If my math is correct tonight. Sorry having some fibro fog brain tonight! LOL

    Jennifer Doty (Campbell)
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    Class of 1998

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    ETA: Unless this is The OB-GYN DR. Jennifer Campbell that does practice in Fremont, CA!!!

    ETA: Nope the OB-GYN's middle initial is C.! again again!!!

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    Foster Father Makes Plea For Missing Boy
    Posted: 4:38 pm PDT August 13, 2009
    Updated: 12:21 am PDT August 14, 2009
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    Ross said he had parked in the back of the store and gone around to the front to tell his fiancé to open the back door to get Hasanni. He said this is something he's done every Monday and Wednesday for months.

    But Ross said when he returned to the parking lot, Hasanni was gone. He said he looked up and down the street and called 911 when he couldn't find him.

    In an interview with KTVU, Ross said he believes someone took Hasanni and he had a message for them.

    "Drop him off anywhere. My son he wouldn't realize; he wouldn't remember you,” said Ross. "People have come in and out of his life all his life. Drop him off, let him go, don't harm him. And you know what? I will leave it like that. The biggest thing I'm having a hard time with is I screwed up."

    He also said he and his fiancé spent five hours searching with police for the boy. Then they were with the Oakland officers being questioned for another 12 hours.

    Oakland attorney John Burris said Thursday that he was contacted earlier this week by Ross and Campbell because they were concerned about being questioned by police about the boy's disappearance.

    The family "was surprised police tried to interrogate them, and I wanted to advise them that that is logical and they should not be dismayed by it," Burris said.

    "They're emotionally traumatized, then the police start asking them questions that they thought were unduly aggressive, and I just wanted to make sure that they understood that and not be intimidated by it," he said.

    Burris said that Ross, Hassani's foster father, was the last person to see the boy before he went missing. Burris said he recommended that the parents just "be cooperative so the police can rule them out and go about trying to find Hassani."

    The FBI has joined Oakland police in the search.

    "We're pretty much in our holding pattern right now," Backman said. "During daylight hours we're going to continue to canvas and search. We'll scale back the search at nighttime, and resume it again at daylight."




    VIDEO~OAKLAND: Missing Boy's Family Has High Hopes Hassani Campbell Will Be Found
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    VIDEO: Search For Missing Boy Intensifies
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    *NOTE: According to this last video report I just posted.......the only other last time Hassani was seen by someone other by JC or LR, was at a family gathering on August 5th!!!

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    Louis Ross Birth Data

    We have verified birth data on Louis Ross supplied by one of our awesome WS members who wishes to remain anonymous.

    July 1, 1971

    If anyone can find his place of birth it would be a plus, but not critical as I can work from a relocated chart. I will post the chart & commentary later today.

    We are still in need of Jennifer Campbell's birth data / place of birth if anyone can supply.

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    Father of missing Fremont boy leaves home with police this afternoon
    Posted: 08/14/2009 02:17:26 PM PDT
    Updated: 08/14/2009 02:36:05 PM PDT
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    Two Oakland detectives driving an unmarked police car led the foster father of missing 5-year-old Hassani Campbell away from his home this afternoon for additional questioning.

    The two investigators were at Louis Ross' home on Roxie Terrance in Fremont on Friday afternoon, and at about 1:30 p.m., the officers exited the home and waited at their vehicle, which was half parked on the sidewalk.

    A few minutes later, Ross emerged from his family's two-story home wearing a light-colored dress shirt and dark colored pants.

    He walked swiftly across the lawn and got into the back seat of the police vehicle. The car then drove off.

    Today's visit with Ross was a routine part of the investigation, police said. The lead homicide investigator assigned to the case had not previously spoken directly with the boy's foster father, and wanted to get up to speed. Ross was not taken to the police station.


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    Father of missing Fremont boy leaves home with detectives this afternoon
    Posted: 08/14/2009 02:05:04 PM PDT
    Updated: 08/14/2009 03:11:51 PM PDT
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    Two Oakland Police detectives driving an unmarked car took the foster father of missing 5-year-old Hassani Campbell away from his home this afternoon for additional questioning.

    The two investigators were at Louis Ross' home on Roxie Terrace in Fremont this afternoon, and at about 1:30 p.m. the officers exited the home and waited at their vehicle, which was half parked on the sidewalk.

    Today's visit with Ross was a routine part of the investigation, police said. The lead homicide investigator assigned to the case had not previously spoken directly with the boy's foster father and wanted to get up to speed. Ross was not taken to a police station.

    Ross earlier this week took a polygraph test, reportedly administered by the FBI, but the results have not been released.

    Police have been investigating Hassani's disappearance as a missing persons case but have called in homicide investigators. Meanwhile, today it was disclosed that earlier on the day Hassani was reported missing, Ross was seen at a Hayward salvage yard, possibly with the boy in the car.

    According to Oakland Police, officers on Thursday visited salvage yards on West Winton Avenue and showed photos of Ross to people there as part of the investigation.


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    Missing 5-year-old last seen in store parking lot, caretaker says
    August 14, 2009
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    Louis Ross told HLN's Nancy Grace that he left 5-year-old Hassani Campbell outside his BMW for two to five minutes Monday afternoon. Ross said he went to the front door of the store to ask his fiancee, Jennifer Campbell, who works there, to open the back door.

    "By the time I got there, Jennifer is already out of the store, walking toward me, asking, 'Where is Hasanni?' And I say, 'What do you mean, where is Hasanni?' And I look around to the side, and he is no longer there."

    According to Ross, Campbell routinely took care of Hasanni and his 19-month-old sister while Ross attended medical assistant classes twice a week in Fremont.

    "They would stay in the back room and play with each other until she got off work, and they would all come home together, and I would see them at 9:30, 10 at night, when I got home from class," Ross said.

    Asked what flashed through his mind at the time, Ross said, "Initially, it didn't hit me. He's probably standing around there. ... When Hasanni gets frustrated, he freezes.

    "So I thought he would still be on the side. And we all thought -- even Jennifer thought he was probably just hiding and joking around."


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    Foster father of Hassini Campbell taken in for questioning
    August 14, 8:01 PM
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    On Friday at about 1:30 p.m., Louis Ross, the foster father of missing 5-year-old Hassani Campbell accompanied two Oakland Police Department detectives from his home to the police station for further questioning.

    Hassani was last seen with Ross, 38, on Monday, sitting in his BMW. The vehicle was parked outside a shoe store, Shuz of Rockridge, where the boy’s aunt, Jennifer Campbell, 33 is employed. Ross told police he left the boy alone in the car when he went to unlock the shoe store to allow Hassani to enter the store more easily, but when he returned to the car, the boy was gone.

    Initially, Hassani’s disappearance was being investigated as a missing persons case, but homicide detectives have now been assigned to aid in the investigation.


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    Foster Father of Missing Boy Leaves Home with Police
    August 14, 2009 – 5:01 pm
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    The foster father of missing five-year-old Hasanni Campbell was questioned by police today and left his home in Fremont with officers, said a prominent Oakland attorney who has been consulting with the foster parents.

    Attorney John Burris could not confirm where the police and Louis Ross, the foster father, were going, but said that they were in a car, driving around the area. The home is on the 5900 block of Roxie Terrace in North Fremont.

    The boy’s biological parents live in San Francisco, and police said they have spoken with them, but would not give out further information.

    The house was full of reminders of the two children; empty strollers and baby toys were visible from the living room and a small pink sandal lay on the wooden floor.

    During the 20-minute interview, Ross sought to dispel what he considered false facts including the report of Hasanni’s leg braces. He wears “ankle braces,” or orthopedics designed to help shape his feet. He can still walk without them, Ross said.

    When asked if he believed that someone he knew might be behind the disappearance, Ross said, “As a father, those are thoughts you don’t entertain. This has been a nightmare.”

    Ross refused to discuss legalities of the case with reporters.

    He told police on Monday that he parked his car near Shuz of Rockridge at 6012 College Ave where his fiancé, Hasanni’s aunt and foster mother, works. Ross said he went into the store to open a back door so his disabled son could enter more easily, but when he returned to the car, the boy was gone.

    Police did not say whether any witnesses saw the five-year-old boy in the parked car.


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    UPDATED: Search for missing 5-year-old boy intensifies
    The Oakland homicide division is now involved in the search for 5-year-old Hasanni Campbell who has been missing since Monday. Police say it is because they need the additional personnel, and not because they consider it a murder case. A wrecking yard was the latest focus of their investigation.
    Friday, August 14, 2009 | 7:14 PM
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    Police in the East Bay have more questions for the foster father of a missing 5-year-old disabled boy from Fremont. The foster father was the last person to see Hasanni Campbell this past Monday on College Avenue in Oakland.

    On Friday afternoon, the child's foster father, Louis Ross, walked out of his Fremont home and into the waiting car of Oakland Police detectives.

    According to Ross' advisor, attorney John Burris, detectives drove Ross around for about an hour. Earlier this week Ross told ABC7 News he spent nearly 30 hours to detectives.

    Ross was not taken to Oakland Police headquarters, rather detectives simply drove him around for about an hour. They want him to retrace his steps the morning the child disappeared.

    In the meantime, Alameda County Search and Rescue will conduct a wide scale search for Hassani on Monday.
    "We've been asked to coordinate a search and rescue effort for Saturday for the Oakland Police Department and it entails us calling other search and rescuers from other allied agencies as well as our own, and come Saturday wherever the Oakland Police Department wants us we will search those areas," said Sheriff's Spokesperson J.D. Nelson.

    Oakland Police has yet to announce where that search will take place.


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    UPDATED: Missing boy's foster father questioned again
    Friday, August 14, 2009 | 5:50 PM
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    A missing boy's foster father is answering more questions from police.

    Ross was driven from his Fremont home in an unmarked police car and questioned by Oakland detectives for a time Friday afternoon.

    Ross' advisor, attorney John Burris, detectives drove Ross around for about an hour. They want him to retrace his steps from Monday, the day the boy disappeared.

    Initially, Ross told police that he left the boy for just a few minutes Monday afternoon in the parking lot of a Rockridge shoe store, and that the boy vanished.

    A large scale search is scheduled for Saturday morning.

    Oakland police returned to an auto scrapyard in Hayward Friday for a third time. Police are trying to determine if Ross was accompanied by the missing boy when he visited the scrapyard Monday morning.


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    UPDATED: Police question missing boy's foster father
    August 14, 2009
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    (08-14) 17:56 PDT HAYWARD -- The foster father of a missing 5-year-old boy was interviewed for about an hour Friday by Oakland police homicide investigators who brought him to a Hayward auto wrecking yard where he took the boy before the child vanished, authorities said.

    Louis Ross agreed to accompany Sgt. Gus Galindo to the Pick Your Part wrecking yard on Winton Avenue, where Ross took Hasanni Campbell and the boy's 1-year-old sister Monday afternoon, hours before the boy disappeared, said John Burris, a lawyer whom Ross is consulting.

    Police have searched in and around the auto-parts yard and the store in recent days, along with a park near the family's home in Fremont. They say they still consider the case a missing person investigation.

    Ross, 38, has said he is cooperating with officials "100 percent." He took a polygraph examination Wednesday, but federal authorities who administered the test will not discuss the findings.

    Burris said police took Ross to the wrecking yard and spoke with him for about an hour Friday before returning him to his home on Roxie Terrace.

    "They wanted to find out what he knows," Burris said. "He was very cooperative."

    Ross told Burris that he had gone to the yard looking for a car part. He was taking care of the children before dropping them off at the shoe store so he could go to a job orientation at Stanford Hospital Medical Center and then a medical assistant's class in Union City, Burris said.

    Alameda County sheriff's deputies will be searching Coyote Hills Regional Park in Fremont on Saturday and undisclosed locations in Hayward, authorities with knowledge of the case said. It is not clear why those areas were being targeted for more intensive searches.


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    SS I haven't given up after many hours early this morning trying to find JC's birthdate for you. I will keep looking with my that I find it, or that one of our other super sleuthers find it.

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    UPDATED: Foster Father Of Missing Boy Undergoes More Police Questioning
    Posted: 4:38 pm PDT August 13, 2009
    Updated: 7:02 pm PDT August 14, 2009
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    The foster father of a missing boy with cerebral palsy reportedly left his Fremont home with homicide detectives Friday afternoon for additional questioning.

    Police said the detective involved had not spoken with Louis Ross directly and wanted to ask him some questions.

    Ross said he was dropping Hasanni Campbell and his young sister off at a shoe store in Rockridge Monday to stay with his foster mother while he went to school.

    Ross said he had parked in the back of the store and gone around to the front to tell his fiancé to open the back door to get Hasanni. He said this is something he's done every Monday and Wednesday for months.

    Police plan a massive grid search of the area near Ross's home Saturday in Fremont. Authorities were also planning another search in Hayward.

    Backman said a homicide detective has been assigned to the case along with eight special victims units.

    "We're going to explore any and all possible outcomes of the case," he said.

    Louis Ross and Jennifer Campbell, the foster parents of Hassani, have been cooperating with the investigation, Backman said.

    Investigators searched the parents' house in Fremont, as well as a nearby park, earlier this week, he said.


    NEW VIDEO: OAKLAND: Investigation Into Missing 5-Year-Old Focuses On Foster Father
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    Child Abduction Cases By Strangers Are Rare
    August 14, 2009 – 6:08 pm
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    Child Abduction cases do not occur often in the East Bay, say police, a few days after a foster father reported that a five-year-old boy with cerebral palsy disappeared in Rockridge.

    “In Berkeley, child abductions are exceedingly rare. Ordinarily, they’re short-lived and have to do with some kind of custody battle,” said Sgt. Mary Kusmiss of the Berkeley Police on Friday afternoon.

    Abductions by strangers occur even more infrequently.

    The last time a stranger abducted a child in Berkeley occurred in 1992, Kusmiss said. In the Baby Kerri case, a Richmond woman posing as a social worker stole a two-day old baby from her 16-year-old mother at Alta Bates hospital in Berkeley.

    The baby was returned three months later, thanks to a tip from a neighbor.

    Fremont Police Detective Bill Veteran said that kidnappings were also “a rarity” in Fremont, where the boy is from. The most recent incident, he said, was a child abduction involving the child’s father, which occurred years ago. Abductions by strangers, he added, were especially rare.

    According to the California Department of Justice, there were 1,363 parental or family member child abductions in 2008, compared to just 35 stranger abductions in the same year.

    National statistics from 2002 affirm the same trend: abductions of children by family members are about three times more common than abductions by strangers, according to U.S. Department of Justice.

    “The harsh reality is, most abduction cases are by somebody [the child] knows,” said Anthony Gonzales of Child Quest International, a non-profit that deals with missing and exploited children in the Bay Area.


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    UPDATED: Father of missing Fremont boy questioned again by police Friday afternoon
    Posted: 08/14/2009 02:05:04 PM PDT
    Updated: 08/14/2009 06:13:17 PM PDT
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    Two Oakland police investigators took the foster father of missing 5-year-old Hassani Campbell away from his home Friday for additional questioning, but did not take him to the police station.

    Police Sgt. Gus Galindo, a homicide investigator, later would not discuss details of the interview with foster father Louis Ross, and it was not clear how long the interview lasted.

    He and Sgt. Tim Nolan went to the family's two-story home on Roxie Terrace earlier Friday, and about 1:30 p.m. exited the home and waited near their vehicle.

    A few minutes later, Ross emerged from the home wearing a light-colored dress shirt and dark pants. He walked swiftly across the lawn and got into the back seat of the car by himself. The car then drove off.

    At no time was he handcuffed.

    They apparently dropped him off back at his house less than two hours later.


    Article:
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    Editorial: Community must mobilize to find missing Fremont boy
    Posted: 08/15/2009 12:01:00 AM PDT
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    WHERE IS Hassani Campbell?

    The 5-year-old Fremont boy, who suffers from cerebral palsy, was reported missing Monday from the Rockridge area in Oakland. Police, the FBI and the National Center for Exploited Children have all been searching for the child. On Thursday evening, authorities were searching Coyote Hills Regional Park in Fremont.

    The foster father's account leaves us with a number of questions.

    Why would a parent leave a young child — particularly one with a serious condition such as cerebral palsy — standing alone in the afternoon heat while he went into a store? Why not take the boy inside with him?

    It's possible that he wandered off, but in our view, unlikely. Hassani wears orthopedic ankle braces, which would suggest that he is not fleet of foot. It's hard to imagine that on his own he could have gotten very far.

    That leaves two decidedly disturbing scenarios for authorities to investigate.

    One is that Hassani was never in Rockridge in the first place. As is customary in child disappearances, the authorities have searched the foster parents' home in Fremont as well as a nearby park. Ross has taken a polygraph, but refused to disclose the results. Ross now says he believes the boy was kidnapped.

    Another scenario is that, in a flash of an instant, someone took the boy while his foster father was inside the store. We know from past experience that child abductions can happen in plain sight — even in busy commercial areas. Adam Walsh was abducted from a shopping mall parking lot in Hollywood, Fla.

    Back in March, when Sandra Cantu went missing in Tracy, there was a massive mobilization in the community to find the child. We need the same level of community response to help locate Hassani Campbell, wherever he may be.

    We urge all of you to join us in praying for this little boy's safe return.


    Article:
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    5-year old Hassani Campbell still missing
    August 14, 11:54 PM
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    5-year old Hassani Campbell who disappeared on Monday is still missing. Louis Ross, Hassani's foster father and the one who last saw Hassani, took a lie detector test on Thursday. The results have not been announced. Friday, Ross spoke with Nancy Grace of CNN.

    "As normal routine, I would pull into the back parking...there is a little back parking lot behind the store, that would accommodate about 2-4 cars. I would pull into the parking spot then proceed to basically get out of my side, walk around and open up the door for Hassani, because that was our normal routine," Ross told Nancy Grace.

    Ross said that he told Hassani to go stand by the back door and he walked, carrying Hassani's sister to the front of the store to tell his wife, Jennifer, to open the back door of the store. When he circled back Hassani was gone.

    The message that Ross wanted everyone to know was that Hassani was not wearing silver leg braces but actually small braces on his ankles that most people wouldn't notice. He doesn't want the public looking for a child with leg braces, and possibly missing seeing Hassani.


    Article:
    http://www.examiner.com/x-18953-San-...-still-missing
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    NEW VIDEO: Latest Details On The Search For 5-Year-Old Hassani Campbell
    http://serve.castfire.com/video/1410...-15-001232.mp4

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    Still looking for JC's DOB as well - no luck so far ............ am still going at it.

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    Have we checked the possibility of the birth records of either JC or LR are sealed? This would narrow down the state search for a bp.

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    Missing boy's dad disputes reports
    Published: Aug. 15, 2009 at 10:24 AM
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    The foster father of a missing 5-year-old boy says some media accounts of the handicapped Oakland, Calif., child's disappearance are wrong.

    Louis Ross, 38, told CNN Friday that contrary to some reports, he never went inside a shoe store during the last time Hassani Campbell was seen alive in the store's parking lot. The boy, who has cerebral palsy, has been the subject of an intense search since his Monday disappearance.

    The Oakland Tribune reported Friday that Ross has told police he left the boy alone when he went into a shoe store to drop off Hassani's 1-year-old sister. Jennifer Campbell, Ross's fiancee and the boy's biological aunt who has custody, works as a manager at the store, the newspaper said.

    On the CNN show, Ross said he never went into the shoe store but only to the front of the business to motion to Campbell that he had arrived.

    Ross told the U.S. broadcaster he voluntarily took a polygraph test. Those test results have not been disclosed.

    Areas of southern Alameda County were to be searched for signs of Hassani Saturday by law enforcement agents, including FBI, police and sheriff's deputies, the Tribune said.


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    Police: Campbell's Foster Father Cooperating
    Saturday, 15 August 2009 9:40AM
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    The foster father of a missing 5-year-old boy from Fremont spent an hour talking to the police on Friday.
    The San Francisco Chronicle reports that Louis Ross agreed to show police officials the Hayward auto wrecking yard where he took Hassanni Campbell on the afternoon he disappeared.

    Ross said he was looking for a part for his car Monday afternoon when he visited the lot with Campbell and his 1-year-old sister.

    He said that later that afternoon Campbell went missing after he was left alone outside a shoe store on College Avenue in Oakland where his mom was working.

    The paper reports that 38-year-old Ross is cooperating with police, taking a polygraph test and submitting to interviews.

    Police have searched the wrecking yard and a park near the family's home and say they still consider this a missing person's case.


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    Search for missing 5-year-old continues in Hayward, Fremont
    Posted: 08/15/2009 01:18:31 PM PDT
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    Early this morning, a crew of about 100 law enforcement agents and volunteers began searching the marshland and shoreline at the tip of West Winton Avenue in Hayward for Hassani Campbell, who has been missing since Monday.

    The Oakland police, Alameda County Sheriff's Office and several other law enforcement agencies from surrounding counties are searching the area after exhaustive efforts to find the 5-year-old in other high-priority locations, Oakland police spokesman Sgt. Raymond Backman said.

    Crews also are searching in the area of Coyote Hills Regional Park today, he said.


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    Video: Foster father of Hassani Campbell talks to Nancy Grace
    August 15, 3:12 PM
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    Louis Ross, 38, the foster father of 5-year-old Hassani Campell spoke to HLN's Nancy Grace and explained what occurred the day the little boy disappeared.

    He told Grace that he left Hassani standing outside his BMW for two to five minutes. He went to open the front door of the store where the boy’s aunt, Jennifer Cambell, 33, works to ask her to open the back door so Hassani could enter with ease. Hassani suffers from cerebral palsy, but Ross said he does not wear silver leg braces, but instead wears small white braces on his ankles.

    Ross explained, "By the time I got there [to the car], Jennifer is already out of the store, walking toward me, asking, 'Where is Hasanni?' And I say, 'What do you mean, where is Hasanni?' And I look around to the side, and he is no longer there."


    Article:
    http://www.examiner.com/x-1168-Crime...to-Nancy-Grace
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    RAW VIDEO: Aerials Of Search For Missing Boy 08/15/09~4:14 PT
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    Search continues for Hasanni Campbell
    About 100 volunteers searched for a missing disabled boy on Saturday. Hasanni Campbell was last seen Monday in the Rockridge district of Oakland. Efforts to find him have taken investigators all over the East Bay.
    Saturday, August 15, 2009 | 5:25 PM
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    The latest point of interest has been the Coyote Hills Regional Park in Fremont. The area crews were searching was only about a half-mile from Hasanni's house, but far from the parking lot in Oakland where he is said to have disappeared on Monday. Crews searched the park from about 9 a.m. Saturday until 5 p.m. but they came up with nothing.

    The volunteers spent most of the day searching through high brush at the park and marshlands in Hayward for any sign of the missing 5-year-old. Police say investigative leads led them to the search areas but they would not be any more specific.

    "These weren't our most likely leads but now that we've pretty much saturated the area of disappearance, we're branching out to some of the less likely scenarios," said Oakland police Sgt. Raymond Backman.

    On Saturday the family was not involved in the search.

    "We are not actively soliciting their help they are dealing with enough right now so we're trying to limiting their involvement, particularly because the areas we're searching today, there's a lot of hazards," Backman explained.

    The sight of search dogs surprised many who visited Coyote Hills Saturday afternoon.
    "It's sad and shocking. I had no idea. I come to the park mostly once or twice a week for my walk. I just saw some activity and I was curious," said park visitor Gurjit Randhawa.

    "We feel really sorry for that boy. It's really safe here," said Lizhen Wu.
    With the days ticking by searchers know time is not on their side.

    "The statistics show having a successful location of the victim without harm greatly diminishes. We're certainly acutely aware of that," Backman said.

    Neigbors of Hasanni's step father say they have not seen anyone at the house in the last couple of days. Oakland police say it is back to the drawing board as far as where to begin searching next.


    VIDEO: Search Continues for Hasanni Campbell
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/video?id=6967136

    Article:
    http://abclocal.go.com/kgo/story?sec...bay&id=6967132
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    VIDEO: Search For Hassani Campbell Expands To Fremont-08/15/09 6:52pm PT
    http://cbs5.com/video/?id=54123@kpix.dayport.com
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    VIDEO~OAKLAND: Volunteers, Police Fan Out To Search For Missing 5-Year-Old
    http://www.ktvu.com/video/20414777/index.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by Columbo View Post
    I just got back from visiting Rockridge--the area around Shuz. I took some pictures which I hope I'll be able to upload here.

    As expected, there was bumper to bumper traffic going through on College Ave, and the street was crawling with people. Of course, it's Saturday, but this is always a busy area.

    I was lucky to find a parking spot on Harwood almost directly across from the alley/parking lot where LR parked his car on Aug. 10.

    Harwood itself is quiet and residential with beautiful, but not extravagant, older houses and big trees; I guess if someone grabbed Hasanni and ran up Harwood with him it might have been possible to do so without being seen, but my gut feeling is: it just didn't happen.

    The alley/parking lot is not as long as it looks in the pictures online. I wanted to get closer to the door and archway and snap a photo but I was a little worried about trespassing or possibly that I could get in trouble for taking pictures. However, I can say that the archway has no door and appears to go to a backyard of the apartment building. The doorway next to it that is partly hidden looks like it might be a storage area and the door looks like it is broken or slightly ajar.

    On the left hand wall of the alley are windows of a store between the empty corner store and the alley, so someone in there could have seen something if a person grabbed Hasanni.

    The store on the corner of Harwood and College is empty and you can see through the windows from one street to the other--hopefully this is obvious in the picture.

    I walked from the alley parking lot to Shuz and since I wasn't wearing a watch I just counted 1-2-3 etc, and figure it's probably less than a minute from the alley to the store--probably would take less time if I were younger, LOL.

    I peered into the Shuz shop but I did not see Jennifer; there was a poster for Hasanni in the window.

    My overall feeling is that he was not kidnapped. I could be wrong but after seeing the whole scene, I just don't think so. All the people I saw were upscale, yuppies or parents, no homeless or anyone looking "down on their luck" whatsoever--NOT that homeless or down on their luck people are miscreants, but you just don't find any of that element in this neighborhood. It's just a really nice area. Bad things can happen anywhere, of course, so I could be wrong, but I just don't see Hasanni being abducted here.

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    Bumping for Columbo's post for all of our astrologers from the main thread for Hassani!

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    Bumping what elepher50 found & posted in the discussion thread for Hassani! This is Hassani's bio-dad Ronald M .Hughes & his full name appears in an article that I have posted for you. Therefore I posted it in full here too!

    I don't know if it's helpful for you or not, but his BD is:
    Sep 30 1977

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    Link:
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    Thank You elpher50!!!

    Still can't find a BD for JC....or any other info about LR....it's like they are just as mysterious as Hassani's disappearence!
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    ETA: The last video I just edited to the post of media LR speaks in past tense....For example:
    Hassani WAS... several times in it.
    He still appears too cool & calm if you ask me....something isn't right about it.

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